Insights into individual ways of thinking about interior design by three distinguished panelists:
- Adam Rogers
Director of Design and Product Development for Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers
- Marguerite V. Rodgers
President/Creative Director at Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design
- Robert Aibel
Founder/Director of Moderne Gallery
- Moderated by club member Janice Woodcock, AIA
Principal, Woodcock Design
In 2013 The Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in recognition of the distinctive characteristics of the building: the quality of Edmund Gilchristâ€™s 1929 architectural design, its significance to the community as part of the Rittenhouse Square Historic District, and the early and continuous care given to the character of the building over the years by so many Club members. Tours of the club's interior will be offered before and after the program.
Seating is limited. Tickets = $20 patron, $50 benefactor (name listed in program). Includes lite fare with cash bar. Proceeds benefit the Preservation and Restoration Fund of the Cosmopolitan Club. For tickets, email email@example.com or call 215-735-1057 x10.
Image: Archival Photo of the Salon of The Cosmopolitan Club, 1932. (While the Salon has been refurbished several times, the basic structure of the room remains - and does the Steinway piano designed by Jules Bouy specifically for this space.) Publication + photo credit: The Spur, March 15, 1932 by G.W. Harting Photographer, Decorations by Buoy, Inc.